Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Dunmow
Dunmow is a small town in Essex, England, with a population of around 8,500. It is steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century when a priory was founded here. Notable landmarks include St Mary's Church, the Grade II listed Town Hall and the ancient Flitch Trials. Cultural attractions include the Flitch of Bacon festival, held annually since the 13th century, and the nearby Great Dunmow Castle.
Dunmow is an attractive destination for retirees or older adults due to its pleasant rural setting and great amenities. Senior housing options are plentiful, including sheltered housing and retirement villages. There are also a number of medical facilities including Dunmow Community Hospital and several GP practices. The town is well served by public transport and has a range of community events and activities for older adults such as tea dances, craft clubs and walking groups.